Steve Kean furiously denies internet rumours that he has clashed with Paul Robinson and Steven Nzonzi this week, saying they have had "a tremendous week".
Blackburn Rovers manager Steve Kean has furiously denied rumours of a player revolt at Ewood Park.
Internet reports earlier this week had suggested that the Scot had a training-ground argument with captain Paul Robinson and a physical altercation with Steven Nzonzi.
Kean told The Mirror: "There hasn't been one fight or even a raised voice. We have had a tremendous week.
"It is laughable. Where it comes from is very mischievous. People are trying to put out stories and when you question them they run for the hills.
"It hasn't been the first time this season when things are put around that have not happened. It's just another thing you have to deal with."
Gael Givet is expected to return to the Rovers team for their home fixture with Norwich City after holding clear-the-air talks with Kean.
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